Sunday, November 1, 2015

November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop: Cheers!

Cheers to the November stamp of the month! It's time for our monthly stamp of the month blog hop, and this time we have over 30 talented consultants sharing their projects with you.  (If you're already hopping then you've probably arrived from Melissa's blog.  To see all the other great ideas, continue on to Paige's blog next.)

When I saw this set, I immediately thought of GRADUATION!  That is probably because our older daughter is a senior this year.  I made this single page layout as the title page/opener to her senior year scrapbook.  I used a sketch that I found on Pinterest.  (Unfortunately the blog itself seems defunct at this point.)

I grabbed pieces and scraps of La Vie en Rose and even a piece of Urban, my Cricut Art Philosphy cartridge, Pixie card stock, pink and black shimmer trim and various embellishments and got to work.

In addition to the November stamp of the month, Cheers, I added the "senior" stamp to the bottom right from the School Years stamp set.  I used Pomegranate, Pixie, Hollyhock, Slate, and Black inks.

Please let me know if you have questions about anything.  I will be sharing projects with the November stamp of the month throughout the month, so come back often.  Thanks!
Here's our girl, up close and personal.  (How is she already a high school senior?!?)  Cheers to you and yours!  Now go see Paige's fabulous project!
Click HERE for all the hop participants and their blogs.

17 comments:

Catherine Nowak said...

Beautiful layout! Love the sketch you used for this.

Lauren said...

What a gorgeous layout for a gorgeous daughter!

Tammy Lubick said...

This stamp set is so versatile, I like how you used it for a graduation/senior year theme.

Melinda Everitt said...

Your daughter is beautiful! Your layout is a feast for your eyes. So many details that work together perfectly. Your artwork really highlights your daughter's picture.

Lisa Plummer said...

Beautiful layout!!!! Love everything about it - especially the placement of all your stamps!

Terrie Shortsleeve said...

Lovely layout!!

Michelle Stewart said...

I never thought of this stamp as a graduation but, you've got me on board. Great job! Gonna scraplift this idea, as my oldest will be leaving elementary and starting Jr High in 2016. It's a big year, and my youngest will be starting school....you've opened my eyes.

Joy said...

This layout beautifully showcases your beautiful daughter's senior portrait. I'm still struggling with how quickly the last 18 years have passed, but they have and she is a senior. Cheers to her!

Wendy K. said...

Very nice layout!

Dana Kessler said...

Love the graduation theme! This stamp set is SOOO versatile!

PaigeDolecki said...

Your girl is just beautiful in this picture! Wonderful layout to showcase her!

Katie Skiff said...

Beautiful layout and daughter!! Great job!!

Alyson Mayo said...

What a beautiful layout for a gorgeous young lady. I'm sure she will treasure this. All the elements work perfectly together. Awesome :)

Shaunna Richards said...

I really like the clusters of embellishments you have created on this page.

Traveling Bells said...

Be still my heart. The years have flown by since I held this first grandchild. She is a beautiful, smart, and talented young lady now. You have "scrapped" her life so well over the years. This is a precious and beautiful tribute to this very deserving graduating senior. She will soar, and have loads of recorded memories to savor:). Love, love...

Sheila Bennett said...

Really nice page. Great job using all the different elements.

Kirsten Desorcy said...

Beautiful layout for a beautiful daughter! :)

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails